Half Moon Brighton

Half Moon is one of Brighton's well-loved weekend venues.

As the weekend approaches, many people will be thinking about ways they can spend their Friday and Saturday nights. Whether you’re in the mood for a delicious meal out with the family, some drinks with friends or a relaxing evening at the cinema, Church St in Brighton has a style of entertainment suited to every taste.

Here are  few ways to spend your weekend nights in Brighton:

 

GRAB A BITE

Get a Groovy meal at The Groove Train in Brighton. The restaurant has a varied lunch and dinner menu, with salads, noodles, curries, risotto, pasta, pizza and more. The eatery is a great option for a family dinner or meal with friends. Open until 10pm daily, this restaurant also offers a range of gluten free cakes, pastries and slices.

For a welcoming and friendly dining experience, get along to family-owned and operated restaurant White Rabbit. Renowned for their vibrant menu with a fresh Mediterranean influence, the eatery offers delicious sharing plates, wood fired pizzas and decadent desserts. White Rabbit is located in the heart of Church St and open until 9.30pm on Fridays and Saturdays.

Looking to grab a late night snack or coffee? Then get yourself to Dendy Deli. With a friendly atmosphere, an accessible menu and affordable prices, this cafe is the place to go to when everywhere else is shut. Renowned for its elaborate cake display.

 

YOUR LOCAL WATERING HOLE

Set in the heart of Church St, Brighton is Brighton’s well-loved pub, Half Moon. Although built in the 1960s, the venue has been renovated in recent years and has a combination of indoor and outdoor areas, making it the ideal spot for an evening social occasion. Half Moon’s Main Bar celebrates the essence of a humble urban pub, with a beautiful timber bar and an extraordinary wine list of 80 quality varieties and 35 available by the glass, or one of 16 craft beers carefully selected from the finest Australian breweries. The venue is open until midnight on Fridays and until 1am on Saturdays.

With a red velvet bench and curtains, a piano and distinct Art Deco interior, Pera will instantly take you back several decades. This sophisticated jazz bar in central Church St offers a long list of drinks including quality spirits, wine, boutique beers and a fine selection of cocktails.

Not far from bustling Church St is inviting and cosy lounge-style bar, Mothers Milk. The Bay St venue offers an open-air deck area perfect for balmy summer nights and a toasty indoor fire for those chilly winter nights. The venue is open til late on Fridays and Saturdays.

 

A RELAXING AFFAIR

For a quieter way to spend the weekend, why not head to Palace Cinemas Dendy Brighton to see a film? The cinema offers patrons an intimate and comfortable movie experience with the option to enjoy a glass of bubbly or a hot drink before settling in to view the latest blockbuster. The cinema has been home to Church St, Brighton since the 1940s and has an impressive history. Learn more about Palace Cinemas Dendy Brighton here.